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official, an elected d.a. and elected judge and i understand what it means to be a public official as you do. >> sean: i agree, i don't mind in my case, it's not about us. >> sean: plus my address wasn't given out. >> mine was. >> sean: in your case you were, everybody in the audience they had their addresses different out. i think it makes it dangerous for them and people who don't-- >> it's better they did it in an interactive map. it's not like a printed map, it's where they are in westchester, in rockland, where they are in relation to the highway, basically how you get there and link it and you can get the front of the house, the back of the house, it's an outrage and what's more outrageous is that the journal news, and i dealt with them for 30 years, they are in a hole, they're hiding, they're like a deer in the headlights, the perveyors of information and unable to answer a question and people call me over and over and over we want answers and they follow your kids to school, and call you repeatedly, they come to your house, talk to your friends and they're in a hole being protecte
donald trump. we covered a lot of ground on all the issues from gun control, the 2012 election and miss alabama, bill maher and whether or not he's going to throw his hat into the ring in the next four years, first, here is his take on the fiscal cliff and that crisis and the future of the republican party. >> you said about the fiscal cliff, and i agreed with you, it was a terrible deal. >> terrible. >> sean: does any republican have the ability to negotiate, you said? and then you said democrats are laughing at the republicans. >> well, actually i said the republicans are the worst negotiators in the history of the world, everything. because if obama and everybody, if 100%, which isn't 100%, it's 50% of the people, but many of obama's voters were actually forced to pay much higher taxes for three days, he would have come back and he would have given everything. you would have had the democrats exactly where you wanted them. it would have been retroactively brought back so nobody would have paid higher taxes, other than the rich, maybe, will have to pay a little bit of a penalty. and i
election again. >> i tell you what, liberals should be be concerned about this. if you're on the left, you shouldn't like an imperial president, a nixonion president that disregards congress. congress is a democratic check on the president and yet, it seems the left is absolutely silent. >> sean: well, you're a breath of fresh air in the senate and we're certainly happy there as a conservative. thank you for being with us and hope you'll come on the program often. good to see you. >> good to see you, shaean, thanks nor having me. >> sean: did the president lie to you when he raised taxes on 77% of americans. i'm going to show you why the answer is a resounding yes. speaking of taxing, you what your hard earned dollars are funding? octo-mom. and spending hard earned money this was the hole my waist was on. but since i've been on alli, am i on this one? nope. am i on this one? no, no, no, no, no. i am on this one. [ male announcer ] for every 2 pounds you lose through diet and exercise alli can help you lose one more by blocng some of the fat you eat. simple. effective. belt-friendly. let's
morsi now that the election is over, top republicans are demanding that obama speak up and stand strong against the radical leader. and now syndicated columnist, author, fox news contributor, michelle malkin. he's got blood on his hand, he's a murderer, a terrorist, a killer. >> yes. >> sean: we're giving this 9/11 truther who is at war with israel a 1.5 billion taxpayers dollars and the media is silent. help me out, why. >> the media is silent on it because obama is silent on it. i find his complete silence and unwillingness to outright reject this outrageous call to release or somehow transfer the murderous blind sheik absolutely appalling. an insult to not only all the families of 9/11, but certainly, of course, all of the families who lost loved ones, there were six of them killed in the 1993 world trade center bombing and the thousands who were injured. we're coming up on the 20th anniversary of the 1993 world trade center bombing in february and this man, mohammed morsi, can go around publicly demanding the release or humane transfer or treatment of the blind sheik, and our comman
was elected in the case of barack obama. he was resistant to use the term "war on terror" it was overseas consistency operation, man-caused disaster and went on the tour, america has been arrogant. you voted for president obama in 2008. when you heard those things, were you surprised? >> i think it's important that we think about how soldiers think about conflict because when a soldier's forward and they're shooting and there are people getting hurt and people getting killed, it's important that we define for those warriors the importance of what they do. and so, i think it's important sometimes we use verbage that rises to the level. i think the war on terror gave a good sense to people who were serving forward that there was a purpose, there was a larger meaning to what we were trying to do. >> sean: was it then a mistake not to say it? did it send a bad signal to the enemy that we're afraid to mention, political correctness in a sense has infiltrated our military operations? >> i think there are the nuances of politics and how they are wording and sometimes perceived around the world a
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